By Steven Wöndu January 15, 2013 - A report by New Times of January 14th that the government of Central Equatoria plans to construct roads and distribute seeds and fertilizers breathed fresh air into my ears. Last year I published a complaint that the government of Central Equatoria was ‘sleeping on the job’. I singled out the neglect of the important roads linking Lasu, Yondoru, Isebi, Tore and Wuji to the trunk Juba-Kaya artery. If you add our failure on the Juba-Kajokaji road, you might (...)
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